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[texts]Qusdrate of the mammalia (Volume new ser.:v.28 (1887-1888):text)

Keywords: embryogenesis
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[texts]Somatic embryogenesis, long-term regeneration and epigenetic variation in tissue culture regenerants of diploperennial teosinte (Zea diploperennis iltis, Doebley & Guzman - Pedrosa, Luis Filipe
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Keywords: Somatic embryogenesis; Zea diploperennis; Zea diploperennis--Cytology; Zea diploperennis--Genetics
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[texts]NATURAL TRANSFORMATION MODELS IN MOLECULAR BIOLOGY. [Conference Paper, 1982] - I.C.Baianu
Molecular models in terms of Categories, Functors and Natural Transformations are introduced for unimolecular chemical transformations, multi-molecular chemical and biochemical transformations. Novel approaches to realization of Relational Biology Models of Complex System Biology are introduced in terms of Natural Transformations between Functors of Molecular Categories. Several applications of such natural transformations are then presented to protein biosynthesis, embryogenesis and nuclear tra...
Keywords: Quantum Automata and Quantum Computation; Quantum Dynamics in terms of The Theory of Categories; Functors and Natural Transformations; Natural Transformations in Molecular Biology; Protein Biosynthesis Models; Embryogenesis models; Models of Nuclear Transplant Experiments in terms of Natural Transformations; Uni-molecular and multi-molecular transformations; Variable-Molecular-sets; molecular-set-variable (MSVs); Natural Transformations in Molecular Evolution
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